Under New Ownership - P-Valley
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A man leaves his son's noisy birthday party. He sees a billboard for Pastor Woodbine's new church. But a dancer spinning a sign draws him to Pussyland. Pussyland is The Pynk re-envisioned for the Coronavirus pandemic, a combination car wash, wing joint, and strip club, emceed by Uncle Clifford, which the customer enjoys from inside his car. Mercedes riding a carousel horse brings him to climax. Mercedes thinks that, as the star attraction, she should be getting a bigger cut of the Pussyland proceeds. Lil Murda's video, featuring Keyshawn, comes up on the screen. The Pynk's operating funds are running low. Mississippi is ending its pandemic lockdown the next week. Mayor Tydell Ruffin dies from Covid. Andre's wife, a nurse, arrives home after a shift at the hospital. Andre learns about the death of Tydell, his godfather. Lil Murda and DJ Neva Scared work on new songs. Clifford is ghosting Murda. Mercedes is against her roommate Autumn's plan to hold auditions for additional dancers. Keyshawn has been making money as an online personality. Mercedes discovers her dance team is crumbling. Murda pushes his manager Woddy to set up a tour. Woddy says he needs Keyshawn on board. Andre comes to Tydell's wake and agrees to be a pallbearer. Andre and Autumn reunite and talk about grief. Andre gives the eulogy at Tydell's funeral. Ernestine forces Clifford to go to Tydell's reception to get her some chitlins. Keyshawn hides diapers so she can escape Derek's house arrest. Diamond is now security at the dollar store and he won't let Keyshawn in without her mask. Clifford gets into it with Interim Mayor Kyle, who still is pushing for the casino. Kyle comes back to retain Andre for the casino project. Autumn advertises auditions which angers Mercedes. Keyshawn agrees to go on tour with Murda. 

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P-Valley Season 2 Episode 1 Quotes

I'm gonna need you to come deep inside.

Uncle Clifford [to customer]

Customer [to Autumn]: You dancin' tonight?
Big Al: You don't want to see that dance.
Autumn: Need a receipt?
Customer: No. Uh-uh. I don't need no evidence.
Big Al: Smart man.